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Sydney airport gluten free (domestic)

Sydney airport has two domestic terminals, T2 and T3.  The post lists the most likely places to find gluten free options, but please make your own enquiries regarding cross contamination.  You can find maps and store lists on the Sydney Airport website and you can also check store opening hours there.

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Terminal 2 serves Virgin, Jetstar, Tigerair, Jetgo and Regional Express and Terminal 3 serves Qantas. Terminal 1 is for international flights.   If you are flying to Melbourne, please see the Melbourne Airport post.

Terminal 3 Qantas Domestic Arrivals – before security

If you are after a quick lunch before boarding the plane, my favourite stop is Hudsons which is in the Baggage arrivals hall on the ground floor.

Hudsons Coffee (seating available) – prepacked gluten free sandwiches.  Sandwich can be toasted in baking paper to protect from cross contamination.  Click here for a blog post on Hudsons Coffee.

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Terminal 3 Qantas Domestic Departures & Arrivals – after security

The Newslink at gate 3 has a good variety of gluten free snacks (Go Natural Bars, Bounce Balls, Darrell Lea chocolate [limited range], Piranha potato grills & vege crackers, etc.)

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Chocolate Box – a number of their chocolates are gluten free by ingredient

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There is a food court opposite gate 6 where there are takeaway options with central seating available.

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Sumo Salad – a number of their salads and yoghurts are marked ‘gluten friendly’ (due to cross contamination risk)

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Mad Mex – they label their naked burrito, nachos and corn tacos as gluten free. There is some more information on The Gluten Free Eating Directory.

NRG Express (2 stores) – juice, fruit salad (one store has its own seating)

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Hungry Jacks (aka Burger King if you are from overseas) – check with store regarding separate fryers/cooking methods, but possible options are 100% beef/chicken burgers (no bun), chips, hash browns, sundaes.    You can check their allergen guide online.

Hero Sushi – could be worth asking (not clear on website as ingredients not specific)

Velocity cafe – could get an omelette without toast

Gloria Jeans Coffees – allergen info for drinks on website.  May have some GF snacks.

Bar Corretto (gates 8-13) – fruit salad, friand labelled low gluten (!)

 

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Terminal 2  Domestic Arrivals & Departures (all but Qantas) – after security

Boost Juice – allergen information available for juices and smoothies

Hudsons Coffee – prepacked gluten free sandwiches.  Sandwich can be toasted in baking paper to protect from cross contamination.  Click here for a blog post on Hudsons Coffee.

McDonalds  (seating available) – similar to Hungry Jacks, above, but check with staff.  Due to all day breakfast that started in 2016, cross contamination risk in fryers is greater than it previously was.

Sumo Salad – a number of their salads are marked ‘gluten friendly’ (due to cross contamination risk)

Roll’d – Vietnamese street food.  This is a chain that apparently has gluten free options as a number of dishes should be naturally gluten free.

Mister Bianco – has a sign saying ‘gluten free available’.

Mad Mex – they label their naked burrito, nachos and corn tacos as gluten free. There is some more information on The Gluten Free Eating Directory.

MoVida – a well known Tapas bar that should able to do gluten free options

Tap House – ask for gluten free options

Pie Face – not suitable for coeliacs, but they may stock their low gluten pies.

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About the Author: Caroline was diagnosed with Coeliac disease in 2006 and likes to share her gluten free finds around the UK, Australia and the rest of the world! See more on her in the 'About' page. .

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